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Local Consultations

Title Lead Organisation Summary Start Date Closing Date
Local Studies and Archives Forward Plan Consultation Tameside Council Tameside Local Studies and Archives Centre is creating a new Forward Plan, which sets out the vision for the borough’s Local Studies and Archives Centre for the next five years. We would be grateful if you could spare a few minutes to answer a short survey on the future of Tameside Local Studies and Archives Centre. 15/07/2019 12/08/2019
Consultation on Proposed PSPO for Moorland Tameside Council In an effort to prevent a repetition of last summer’s moorland fires, Tameside Council is proposing to introduce a public space protection order (PSPO). We would be grateful if you could provide feedback on the proposals. 08/07/19 05/08/19
Tameside Museums and Galleries- Planning for the Future Tameside Council Tameside Museums and Galleries are creating a new Forward Plan, which sets out the vision for the borough’s museums and galleries for the next five years. In order for us to make sure our museums and galleries meet the needs of our Tameside communities, we would be grateful if you could spare a few minutes to answer a short survey on the future of Tameside Museums and Galleries.    04/07/2019 05/08/2019
What Matters to You ? NHS Tameside & Glossop CCG Tameside & Glossop CCG wants to hear from as many people as possible in a drive to improve services. ‘What Matters to You?’ is nationwide campaign that aims to encourage more meaningful conversations between people who provide health and social care and those who receive it. You might tell us about the things that are important to you at the moment or what you would like to achieve as a result of health and social care support. 04/06/19 July 2019

Regional Consultations

Greater Manchester High Rise Residents Survey GMCA Following the Grenfell Tower fire a Greater Manchester High Rise Task Force was established. It has commissioned research to understand whether there has been any impact on Greater Manchester residents following the fire. They would like to hear from residents living in high rise tower blocks about any issues or concerns they may have about the building they live in. 08/07/19 28/07/19

National Consultations

Changing Places Toilets Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government This consultation seeks views on how the government can increase provision of Changing Places toilets in specific new, large buildings commonly used by the public, as well as those undergoing building works. Changing Places toilets meet the needs of people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, as well as people with other physical disabilities 12/05/19 21/07/19
Support for victims of domestic abuse in safe accommodation Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government This paper seeks views on the government’s proposals for a new approach to support victims of domestic abuse and their children in accommodation-based services in England. They are consulting on a new delivery model for accommodation-based support. This includes the introduction of a statutory duty on local authorities to provide support that meets the diverse needs of victims of domestic abuse and their children, ensuring they have access to provision that is right for them. 13/05/19 02/08/19
Consultation of a new Rent Standard from 2020 Regulator of Social Housing A new Rent Standard is proposed to be introduced from April 2020. It applies to private registered providers, local authority registered providers, tenants, lenders and anyone who has an interest in social housing. The new standard sets out specific expectations relating to the following areas:
The 2020 limit
Rules on Social Rent (including fair rent)
Rules on Affordable Rent;
Movement between different types of rent.
09/05/19 30/07/19
Adding Folic Acid to Flour Department of Health and Social Care This consultation is seeking views on a proposal to make it mandatory for flour millers to add folic acid to flour. Mandatory fortification of flour is expected to help raise people’s levels of a vitamin called folate. Raising folate levels in people who could become pregnant would help reduce the number of babies born with birth defects of the brain, spine or spinal cord. This change would be implemented across the UK. 13/06/19 09/09/19
Restraint in mainstream settings and alternative provision DfE The DfE recently published guidance on reducing the need for restraint and restrictive intervention in special schools. They would like to gather views on whether there is a need for guidance for mainstream schools, post-16 settings and AP and whether the guidance should apply to a wider cohort of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities. 27/06/19 17/10/19
Tenancy deposit reform: a call for evidence Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government This call for evidence is seeking to understand the barriers tenants face providing a second deposit when moving from one tenancy to the next. It looks at what can be done to speed up the return of deposits to tenants at the end of the tenancy. 27/06/19 05/09/19
Digital-first Primary Care: Policy consultation on patient registration, funding and contracting rules NHS The NHS Long Term Plan commits that every patient will have the right to be offered digital-first primary care. This consultation is seeking views on proposals to change how the system works to make it easier for surgeries to improve their digital services and to allow more people to access digital GP services. 27/06/19 23/08/19